Dating jokes humor
They are listed below in chronological order, complete with video or audio.
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A joke, as defined by this list, is a discrete moment of comedy, whether from stand-up, a sketch, an album, a movie, or a TV show.
Second, with apologies to Monty Python, whose influence on contemporary comedy is tremendous and undeniable, we focused only on American humor. And fourth, the list doesn't include comedy that we ultimately felt was bad, harmful, or retrograde.The list was put together by Vulture senior editor Jesse David Fox; New York senior editor Christopher Bonanos; comedians Wayne Federman, Phoebe Robinson, Halle Kiefer, and Rebecca O'Neal; comedy historians Yael Kohen (author of We Killed) and Kliph Nesteroff (author of The Comedians); and journalists Elise Czajkowski, Matthew Love, Katla Mc Glynn, Ramsey Ess, Dan Reilly, Jenny Jaffe, Lucas Kavner, and The Guardian’s Dave Schilling.(Fox, Bonanos, Keifer, O'Neal, Czajkowski, Love, Mc Glynn, Ess, Reilly, Jaffe, Kavner, and Schilling wrote the blurbs.) Without further ado, here are the 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern Comedy.But with the rise of comedy as a commercial art form in the 20th century, and with advances in modern bookkeeping, it’s now much easier to assign credit for innovations in joke-telling, which is exactly what Vulture set out to do with this list of the 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern Comedy.A few notes on our methodology: We’ve defined “joke” pretty broadly here.